Brown Bag Seminar

The Brown Bag Seminar provides an internal forum for our PhD students, postdocs and faculty to present early-stage working papers or research ideas. The seminar is held on Wednesday from 1:45 pm to 3.15 pm in room SO 133 (unless otherwise stated).

September 18: The seminar will be held in lecture hall O 226/28

Program for the current term

September 18

Professor Stephen A. Zeff, Keith Anderson Professor of Accounting at Rice University: “The Benefit of Interviewing in Accounting Research” (Guest lecture)

Lecture slides can be found here

September 25

Benjamin Tödtmann: „Strategic Benefits and Proprietary Costs of Voluntary Disclosure in a Competitive Environment” (Research proposal)

Christopher Ludwig und Daniel Klein: “Ring-fencing Digital Corporations: Investor Reactions to the European Commission’s Digital Tax Proposals”(Early results)

October 23

Chris Karlsson: TBA

October 30

Theresa Bührle: TBA

November 6

Marcel Olbert: “Loss or Lost? Economic Consequences of Internal Capital Markets in Business Groups?” (Lecture Hall O 226/28)

Nicolas Rudolf: “Supervisory Reporting Preferences, Enforcement, and Bank Transparency: Evidence from the European Single Supervisory Mechanism” (Lecture Hall O 226/28)

November 13

Prof. Dr. Jannis Bischof: TBA

November 27

Patricia Breuer: TBA

Amaraa-Daniel Zogbayar: TBA

December 4

Jan Kock und Raphael Müller: „The Effect of Country-by-Country Reporting on Voluntary Disclosure of Geographic Segment Information“ (Early results)

Dominik Davatolhagh: TBA

Leonie Fischer: TBA

Past Brown Bag Seminars